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. tonight only on 360 they are supposed to care for america's veterans and some va hospitals are telling them to wait, wait for potentially life saving tests and wait more and patients are dying because of it. >>> also, a father and well-known lawmaker is stabbed. his son is shot and people are asking did an over burdened mental health system help. >>> george zimmerman is out on bail. as you can see, that wasn't his only legal hassle today. >>> a story you won't see anywhere else. a cnn investigation that's l letterly life and death for anyone that's suspected to have cancer, any wait is too long and medically speaking, some waits can kill. with that as the backdrop, here is the headline. some of america's military veterans, men and women owe a tremendous debt to dying. they are dying because of long waits and needed care at va hospitals. at one hospital patients die for one reason, they were made to wait too long to get a simple c colonoscopy. the va has done nothing to prevent veterans dying for heca. here is drew griffin keeping them honest. >> reporter: to understand the problems wit
's veterans and some va hospitals are telling them to wait, wait for potentially life saving tests and wait more and patients are dying because of it. >>> also, a father and well-known lawmaker is stabbed. his son is shot and people are asking, did an overburdened mental health system contribute to the tragedy? >>> later, george zimmerman is out on bail charged with assault. as you can see, that wasn't his only legal hassle today. >>> a story you won't see anywhere else. a cnn investigation that's literally life and death for anyone who has reason to suspect they have cancer, any wait for answers feels like too long. and medically speaking, some waits can kill. with that as the backdrop, here is the headline. some of america's military veterans, men and women owe a tremendous debt to dying. they are dying because of long waits and needed care at va hospitals. at one hospital patients die for one reason. they were made to wait too long to get a simple colonoscopy that would have detected cancer and saved lives. and what's worse, the va knows all about their problems and does nothing to preve
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it impossible. i thought it was very important, today cnn reported that the veterans administration has delays that are literally killing veterans. at the pentagon, the f-35 fighter jet, which is supposedly the low-cost fighter jet is seven years behind schedule, 70% overbudget and rising. we just got a report that the internal revenue service last year said $4 billion in refunds to crooks, including something like 353 checks to an address in shaping high and 560 to an address in lithuania. here's my question -- bet guest yond partisan fighting, i don't sense that the house or senate are willing for this to have the kind of hearings and find of big changes that the breakdown of 130-year-old system of bureaucracy needs. i don't quite know how we get beyond just yelling at each other and have a really profound look at why are so many different parts not working? >> we have this discussion on a regular basis, how to make government more efficient. it's a legitimate subject. we've talked about it. we've had discussions -- last when i was on the budget committee, we look at additional ways about pr
ahead on 360. an investigation that has literally life and death. manager's veterans are dying needlessly because of long waits. what's worse, the v.a. knows all about the problems and has done almost nothing. drew griffin is keeping them honest. also, anderson's candid interview with magic johnson. the basketball ledge end opening up about learning he was hiv positive and more recently, loving support for his gay son. it is all at the top of the hour. >> we're looking forward to that in a few moments. >>> now our sixth story "outfront." did president obama snub abraham lincoln? thousands gathering today to celebrate the 150th anniversary of lincoln's iconic 272 word address. there was one very notable no show. the president of the united states, barack obama. the white house blamed a scheduling issue. when reporters pressed asking what's more important than the gettysburg anniversary in american history, the senior adviser responded on twitter saying, quote, oh, i don't know. there is this whole website thing that someone suggested might destroy the dem party. howard dean and
only on "360" they are supposed to care for america's veterans and some va hospitals are telling them to wait, wait for potentially life saving tests and wait more and patients are dying because of it. >>> also, a father and well-known lawmaker is stabbed. his son is shot and people are asking did an over burdened mental health system help. >>> george zimmerman is out on bail. as you can see, that wasn't his only legal hassle today. >>> a story you won't see anywhere else. a cnn investigation that's literally life and death for anyone that's suspected to have cancer, any wait is too long and
to it. >> reporter: teaming uh itish veterans, harry will race to the finish line against teams from the uniat and the commonwealth. and despite his royal upbringing, it's the prince's role as a soldier that's already won him praise from his fellow teammates and rivals. >> it's good. he's laid back. we're not scared or anything to have him around. he's just another soldier along with the rest of us. >> reporter: he's an army helicopter pilot who served in afghanistan. and harry's had plenty of training for this big race. back income 2011, went on an expedition to the north pole which saw him diving into the freezing waters of the arctic but he had to withdraw from that expedition early to attend the wedding of his brother. more recently, harry traveled to iceland for training and spent 24 hours in an industrial freezer in preparation. but will it be enough? the winning team is expected to cross the finish line in time to be home for christmas. max foster, cnn, london. >>> a minnesota woman who has her own hunting tv show is now coming under fire in south africa. that picture right th
-mile trek in temperatures as low as minus 45 degrees with sled in tow. he's joined a tim of veterans who lost limbs in combat who are competing against a team from the usa and another made of canadians and australians. it's all about raising funds toward awareness of injured veterans. >>> george zimmerman was released on bail after a friend paid his $9,000 bond. pending the charges, including the allegation that zimmerman assaulted his girlfriend with a shotgun, the judge clamped down on his movements until he returns to court in january. cnn's alena machado is live in sanford, florida. what are the restrictions. >> george zimmerman has been ordered to stay away from firearms and wear a monitoring device and he's also to stay away from the woman whose actions have landed him in handcuffs once again. george zimmerman free on bond, not answering questions from reporters. >> george, you want to defend yourself. >> reporter: just hours after appearing before a judge in handcuffs and learning his bond was set at $9,000. his demeanor in court, calm as he answers questions from the judge. >
senate veteran was very reluctant before to take away the minority's power of filibuster, but now she's changed her mind, done a reversal, and says it's because she sees it as the best change that's needed for washington to work. >> a lot of democrats reluctant to fight with that filibuster rule, because they might be in the minority one of these days. >> she was one of them. she switched. which is significant. >> there's another story that's developing here, pretty shocking story. republican congressman from florida, congressman trey radel has been charged in d.c. superior court, misdemeanor cocaine possession, after an october 29th arrest. 37-year-old florida republican serving his first time in congress, winning office last november. what is the latest? i understand he just put out a statement. >> he did, and let me just read you the first graph which says it all. he says i'm profoundly sorry to let my family, particularly my wife and son, the people of southwest florida, i struggle with the disease of alcoholism and this led to an extremely irresponsible choice. as the father of a
is he's getting some new key allies who are fed up. senator dianne feinstein, a democrat and veteran of the senate was reluctant to take the power away of filibuster but changed her mind because it's the best way she sees for washington to work better. dana bash, cnn, washington. >> let's bring in our political panel to discuss all this, maria cardona a cnn political comment nator and democratic strategist and ross a cnn commentator and opinion columnist for "the new york columnist" we have a smart sandwich. russ, this is the third time in as many weeks republicans blocked a judicial nominee. robert wilkins was unanimously confirmed. do you think republicans smell blood, sense weakness in this administration or are trying to pounce? >> in part, i also think that a lot of republicans would actually be relatively happy if harry reid went ahead with the so-called nuclear option and did away with the filibuster for judicial nominees. what we're watching is the culmination of a process that's gone on, under republican presidents and democratic presidents alike going back to the 1980s wher
Search Results 0 to 11 of about 12 (some duplicates have been removed)